demograffeg, ddemograffeg, nemograffeg
Noun(1) the branch of sociology that studies the characteristics of human populations
(1) From ecology and demography we know that population replacement can be relatively rapid (over a few thousand years).(2) It is also becoming clear that more complex models of human demography must be considered, such as those incorporating geographic structure and changes in population size.(3) The founders of India took upon themselves to impart wider representation of social demography .(4) Lloyd Robson's statistical analysis of the origins of the convicts, Convict Settlers of Australia, was begun as a doctoral thesis in demography at the Australian National University.(5) As well as being a reader in demography at Oxford University, Coleman has published 90 papers and eight books on the growth and movements of populations.(6) At the same time, the pre-industrial economy was constrained by internal barriers or limits in demography , disease, soil, climate, energy, and technology.(7) However, many details of the historical demography of modern humans remain to be clarified and are subject to continuing controversy.(8) In demography , the study of population patterns, there is a saying that ├ö├ç├┐behind most news stories is a population story├ö├ç├û.(9) The study population has been considered fairly representative of the Norwegian population for demography , socioeconomic factors, morbidity, and mortality.(10) Europe's demography is changing(11) Dobson then slips into a captivating study of the historical demography of the southeast of England: Kent, Essex, and Sussex.(12) Daniel Scott Smith is currently working on the social demography of the Northern military effort during the American Civil War.(13) While the demography of these three markets is generally similar, there exist some differences.(14) In this study, we did not consider the effect of demography , such as population size bottlenecks and expansions.(15) The early articles discuss demography and life tables.(16) As the demography of the local community changes, so must the shows presented on stage.
1. human ecology ::
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